Daysy Hill Cottages

Daysy Hill Cottages in Port Campbell, Great Ocean Road, Australia | Bed and Breakfast | Cabins | Cottages | Country house | Guest Rooms

Daysy Hill Cottages comprises individually styled accommodation that caters for the discerning traveller in Victoria in Australia. Set high on a hill, the 1.8 hectare property is located on Cobden road, only minutes from the heart of Port Campbell in Vicotria.

Daysy Hill Cottages are cocooned within landscaped cottage gardens highlighted by native trees, offering sweeping views of Newfield Valley and Port Campbell.

The stylish sandstone and cedar Cottages are individually designed all with fully equipped laundries and kitchens.

The property features beautiful gardens with lavender lined walkways, complementing blue gum shaded BBQ areas and contemplation spots. The stylish indoor presentation is enhanced by owner Robert?s exquisite lead light windows and features that depict whimsical namesake of each cottage, like Rose, Blue Wren, Daisy, Gumnut and Wattle Cottages, adding a touch of old world elegance to the modern décor.

Magnificent lead light glass decorates the Cottages both inside and out and quality materials have been used throughout. High pitched oregan and pine ceilings ,tassie oak polished wood flooring, pine dados and complete privacy are a backdrop for relaxing décor and quality furnishings.

The different configurations of the Cottages are perfect for either families or couples looking for something special, but for total seclusion and the ultimate in romance and luxury there is ?Callistemon? - four luxury suites, each with it?s own balcony, bequeathing breathtaking views, offer a choice of Spas and Woodfires for cosy winter days or beautiful garden settings, and are contained within a double storey building. A Jarrah staircase leads to the upper level and is highlighted by Robert?s most ambitious and astounding piece of lead light glass, the two metre high ?Callistemon Lady?.

The suites are romantically furnished with comfortable country style that compliments the unique setting. Barrows, baskets, pots and beds overflow with a merry display of plants and flowers setting the scene for a relaxed visit.

Daysy Hill Cottages have 3 new purpose built Cabins have just been added to the range of accommodation at Daysy Hill, further extending the property?s appeal and all etched against rolling green hills and within a minute's drive from the Port Campbell shopping centre and the beach.

Top Attractions For Port Campbell in Victoria in Australia:

? Port Campbell National Park - Provides breathtaking coastal views, rugged cliff formations and a fascinating shipwreck trail. Visit the following attractions in the area:
? Lord Ard Gorge - Visitors can reach the area by climbing down the cliff steps. Watch out for the nearby landforms including the Blowhole, Elephant Rock and Mutton Bird Island.
? London Bridge - Once an amazing double arch rock formation formed by wind and wave action. However, in 1990, one of the arches plunged into the sea. The Arch ? Formed due to sea action over many, many years.
? The Grotto - Named due to the constant wind and wave action.
? Twelve Apostles - View these amazing rock formations that exist as a result of wind and wave action. Interpretive information and viewing platforms will enhance your visit to this part of the magnificent coastline.
? Trading Company - Displays of Australian art and craft such as pottery, woodwork, paintings and jewellery.
? Glenample Historic Homestead - Built in 1869 by pioneer ? Hugh Gibson, this house now contains displays about the Loch Ard story and early history of the area.
? Picnic Areas - There are picnic areas in Port Campbell opposite the hotel, beside the Gellibrand River at Princetown and at the Glenample Homestead.
Top Activities For Port Campbell
? Walking - There are three self guided walks around the Lord Ard Gorge Area:
? The Wreck of the Lord Ard - This walk tells the tragic story of the Loch Ard shipwreck from the wreck site to the cemetery.
? Living on the Edge - Discover life on the edge of the sheer cliffs.
? Beach Walk - A fine walk along Newfield Bay, Gibson?s Beach and the Gellibrand estuary.
? Swimming - The bay at Port Campbell is a safe area for swimming.
? Diving - When the sea is calm, there is excellent wreck and reef diving off the Port Campbell National Park.
? Fishing - Popular spots include Curdies Inlet, Gellibrand River, Newfield Bay and the Port Campbell Jetty.
? Canoeing - The Gellibrand River is ideal for canoeing with access from the picnic ground at Princetown.
? Birdwatching - The heathlands and low coastal scrub are particularly good for birdwatching as is Muttonbird Island with its resident muttonbirds and short-tailed shearwaters.
? Scenic flights over the Twelve Apostles, Lochard Gorge and London Bridge. -

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Location Info


2585 Cobden Port Campbell Road
Port Campbell
03 55986226
Visit Site
Bed and Breakfast
Country house
Guest Rooms
Cedar Cottages
3 Cabins
Four Luxury Suites
Cottage Gardens
Equipped Laundries
BBQ Areas
Wood Fires
Scenic Flights
Beach Walk Living On Edge
Port Campbell NP
Lord Ard Gorge
London Bridge
Twelve Apostles
The Grotto